Commentary Last weekend was awesome. But as Lou Brown might say, “Don’t ever &%$#@*& do it again.” Watching new Patriots quarterback Cam Newton amass 75 yards on the ground over 15 carries turned out to be an electric way for New England to begin its first season in the post-Brady era.
Earlier this week, Patriots coach Bill Belichick’s mother passed at the age of 98. On Thursday, Belichick acknowledged the support he has received from the coaching community, and he paid tribute to Jeannette Belichick.
The Patriots have one of the better defenses in the NFL, so it will be interesting to see how they stack up against Wilson and the Seahawks. One thing’s for sure — Belichick is not going to let his team take the assignment lightly.
The Seattle Seahawks are as familiar with Cam Newton as any team in the NFL that wasn’t a member of the NFC South. With a pair of playoff meetings and a propensity to finish in the same spot in the division standings as each other, the Seahawks and Newton’s former team, the Carolina Panthers, have [more]
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry is trying to take a massive leap forward this year after a forgettable rookie season in 2019. However, a lost fumble that resulted in a touchback in the third quarter of Sunday’s win over the Miami Dolphins left a sour aftertaste upon what had been Harry’s most productive [more]
Patriots receivers Julian Edelman and N’Keal Harry were limited for the team’s first practice ahead of their Week 2 matchup against the Seahawks. Edelman is listed on the injury report with a knee injury for the second straight week.
The Patriots announced they promoted defensive back Myles Bryant, along with kicker Nick Folk, to the 53-player roster from the practice squad. The move with Folk was reported earlier this week as was the team’s signing of quarterback Jake Dolegala to the practice squad.